December 1, 2011

Passion, elegance and simplicity: these are the qualities valued by Sarova, a young and ambitious team of professional caterers. Established in 2002, founders David, Viky and Cristina set up Sarova with the aim of providing an honest, creative and, above all, personalized catering service. Much more than your usual catering company, Sarova offers an innovative and high-quality cuisine  adapted to meet each client’s needs. Rather than turning up to an event with pre-prepared dishes from a limited menu, the team instead supply a “personal chef”-style service, serving a distinctive range of dishes cooked in the customer’s home or venue. With their motto “Don’t Worry Be Catering,” Sarova’s goal is to make their clients happy by ensuring everything is taken care of with their flexible, creative service.

Sarova’s offering is divided into three main lines: “Better Together,” “Sweet Sarova” and “Telling Stories.” “Better Together” offers a range of food packages for business functions or other events which can be ordered up to 48 hours in advance. “Sweet Sarova” is ideal for birthday parties or family gatherings, offering a delicious range of cookies, cakes and other sugary treats. The jewel in Sarova’s crown, however, is the “Telling Stories” line: aimed towards weddings, galas or other special occasions, this service creates unique events which allow for the opportunity to tell a story through tailor made cuisine. Preparation can require six months to a year, guaranteeing a truly exceptional, unforgettable celebration.

With the holidays coming up, Sarova also offer three smaller festive menus – meat, fish or cocktail – in addition to a full-blown “Carta de Navidad” comprising aperitifs, entrées, mains and desserts, adding innovative twists to Christmas traditions. The team have experience handling anything from intimate parties to large-scale corporate events. Providing an excellent service with warm personal touches, the team at Sarova aim not only to feed, but also to share in the happiness of their clients’ most special occasions.


December 1, 2011

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